James R. Rhodes For :
Miss Mary C. Parler
Mrs. T.M. Davis Fayetteville, Ark. April 30, 1962
Reel 405, Item 11
Mrs. Davis says: "I don't know all of this old song, but it's one of my favorites my dad used to sing. I'd like to sing what I know of it."
The days are passing swiftly by And I a pilgrim stranger Would not detain them as they fly The hours of toil and danger.
For lo, we stand on Jordan's strand Our friends are passing over And just before the shining shore We may almost discover.
Collectors note: I have not given a title to this song. Mrs.
Davis says that there is a title but the contents of the song written here doe s not indicate what it might be.
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